Ready, set, time to read.
Former ovarian cancer patient Sue Sigmon-Nosach was looking for a way to help others with cancer.
Nancy Richardson stood confidently in front of the microphone, reading carefully from the scribbled copy on the notepad she held.
Clermont Councilwoman Debra Armour has resigned from the post, according to Mayor James Nix.
It took some time for best friends Courtney Homer, Jillian Clark and Melena Appling to decide what business idea to pursue.
The proposed Hall County School District 2015 budget lowers the millage rate while giving raises to employees.
More food items in schools are soon to be under the purview of the federal government as new rules concerning nutritional content are set to go into effect July 1.
Get R-E-A-D-Y to have fun for a spell.
Many view teachers, as a group, as a powerful voting bloc with the ability to sway election results.
Roughly 300 children at McEver Arts Academy spent Friday learning how to stay safe during the summer, when children are most at risk for accidents.
A final proposal has been presented as the University of North Georgia's first strategic plan to unify the four campuses and broaden the institution's appeal.
Retired dentist Edwin Burnette remembers one patient at Good News Clinics very well.
Gainesville Middle School students typically have three meal options - for example, they may get to select from a chili cheese wrap, a salad or a peanut butter and jelly sandwich with a cheese stick.
Technical college students can expect a slight increase in tuition rates beginning this fall, but there are also more available financial aid opportunities.
Merrianne Dyer originally turned down the offer to be Gainesville City Schools superintendent, and even six years later claims she was not qualified for the role.
A planned neighborhood may soon be coming to an area near downtown Flowery Branch with a few modifications from the original plans.
Hall County resident Jennifer Sargent has found three snakes in her yard over the past six weeks.
A museum dedicated to education is one step closer to reality in Flowery Branch.
Flowery Branch City Council members have approved the city's first millage rate increase since 2006.
Scores released Wednesday show math remains a struggle for students locally and statewide.
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